There’s no one-size-fits-all for dry shampoo.

Not all unwashed hair requires the same kind of TLC. Luckily, we carry an assortment of dry shampoos that solve a range of no-time-to-shower hair dilemmas. Whether you’re prone to oily strands, your roots need a fluffed-up lift, or you want heavenly scented locks post-shower—these waterless wonders will save you from a dreaded bad hair day…or two. JESSICA VELEZ


THE PRODUCT: SHOW Premiere Dry Shampoo

Like the crystal cap suggests, the SHOW Premiere Dry Shampoo is all about making hair shine the brightest it can. If your strands tend to be dull, spray the liquid-diamond-like mist onto your hair for an instant rich sheen.

BEST FOR: Oil Absorption

THE PRODUCT: Drybar Detox Dry Shampoo

The micropowders in this dry shampoo act like a mop. After a couple of quick sprays, it soaks up every bit of slick greasiness from your roots.

BEST FOR: Volume

THE PRODUCT: Sally Hershberger 24K Supreme Stylist Voluminous Dry Shampoo

There’s no need for teasing with this powerhouse spray. Sally Hershberger’s dry shampoo inflates lifeless strands without the risk of backcombing breakage.

BEST FOR: Scent Refresh

THE PRODUCT: amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo

Amika cleverly added sea buckthorn berry into its non-chalky dry shampoo. Not only does it soften your strands, but it also mists an incredibly pleasant aroma. We definitely suggest packing this baby for summer camping trips.

BEST FOR: Style Extending

THE PRODUCT: Bumble and bumble Prêt-à-Powder

You pulled out all the stops to style your hair, only to wake up with crazy bedhead the next day. The solution? Bumble and bumble Prêt-à-Powder. The starchy formula keeps yesterday’s style in place so you can cool it on the hot tools for at least another 24 hours.

BEST FOR: Soothing Hair and Scalp

THE PRODUCT: Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk

Klorane’s dry shampoo integrates oat milk to calm, soothe, and refresh sensitive scalps. It also leaves behind a powdery fresh scent that’s easy to love.



I just spent 100$ at Sephora… Makeup is so expensive it makes my heart hurt. But I deserve to treat myself to nice things like this every once in a while. Plus if I want to pursue a career in makeup (which is something I’ve been seriously considering lately) then I’m gonna need to start investing in good quality products to practice with so I can improve my skills. 

Still though it feels really weird dropping that much money on glorified face dirt. LET’S HOPE I COME OUT OF THIS LOOKING LIKE A MILLION BUCKS.

Today’s warm esmokey eyes 🌞 Eyes: @thekatvond #ladybirdpalette cleopatra and #Mac #chromeyellow in the crease and under the eyes. #NARS eyeliner all over the lid as base and then @meltcosmetics #darkmatter eye shadow on top. With individual lashes Brows: @anastasiabeverlyhills #dipbrow in #ebony Skin: #smashbox primer water and #mufe matte primer only in my T zone (that’s where I get a little oily) @sephora collection airbrush foundation in fawn and #dolceandgabbana concealer in #classic1 Contour: @katvondbeauty #shadelightpalette and #buxom #Tahiti bronzer blush is #sephora collection #toohot Lips : @maccosmetics #tangerinedream lipstick. I’m pretty stoked because my nails finally look decent lol thanks to @formulaxnail ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️⚡️⚡️⚡️#kvdlook #meltcosmetics